Playskool Sesame Street Play All Day Elmo (Discontinued by manufacturer)

September 27, 2017 - Comment
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(as of September 27, 2017 5:58 pm GMT - Details)

Little ones love watching Elmo play with his friends on Sesame Street. Now it’s their turn to play along with Elmo: Meet Play All Day Elmo! This cuddly and interactive Elmo toy includes 8 games and activities and 150+ responses to help keep kids engaged. Play All Day Elmo has 2 modes of play (Toddler and Preschool) to encourage both younger and older children to have fun. Young children can enjoy basic cause-and-effect play in Toddler mode, like tickling Elmo or squeezing his nose to see how Elmo might respond. Preschool mode takes play to the next level by encouraging preschoolers to play games and activities, like “Red Light Green Light,” “Pat-a-Cake,” “Freeze Dance,” and more! When playtime is over, preschoolers can cuddle with him while listening to a lullaby. After everyone is rested, your child can start the fun again! Sesame Street and associated characters, trademarks and design elements are owned and licensed by Sesame Workshop. Hasbro and all related terms are trademarks of Hasbro.

Product Features

  • 2 modes of play
  • Featuring 8 games and activities and 150+ responses
  • Cuddly plush toy
  • Explore basic cause-and-effect play like tummy-tickling in Toddler mode
  • Includes Play All Day Elmo toy and instructions.


KMJ101 says:

Awesome! My daughter took her birthday $, ($60) to the store and found this guy and fell in love. Price tag, $54.99! Unwilling to spend her entire bday funds on 1 toy we told her we suggested she wait. We always check amazon for pricing and luckily my husband did with this item as well! We purchased this guy for almost half and are prime members so 2 days later and free shipping, my daughter was one happy camper! Exactly the same model as the talking Elmo on the shelves in any department store. His mouth moves and he does every darn thing!

Ashly says:

Elmo is a liar. I wanted to love this Elmo. But he just has too many issues. First, all the mechanisms are housed in the head making him extremely top heavy. He never sits up and while my 18MO is trying to hold him he drops him head down most of the time. Second, his “fur” catches everything. He has everything stuck in it already, including the Velcro that is used to close his head. Third, Elmo is a big fat liar. In Toddler mode he will say “squeeze my nose to sing a song”. When you squeeze his nose he just makes noises like a doorbell, or honk. No songs. Ever. I can’t figure out how to get him to sing in toddler mode. With that being said, my 18MO does like him and we use him in preschool mode a lot because he plays music which is what he likes. Sleep mode is cute and my LO loves the “muah” kisses. Overall he is a cute toy but not as great as I hoped it would be.

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